I went there in March this year. It's been a long time for me, because so many things happened in these months that forced me to grow up. At least at present I am happy and happy. I am not a person who likes or is used to thinking a lot. People who treat people and I as friends sincerely will take pains to change my mind. Many friends let me change my mind. But it's not me that has changed. Running out of the question, Fangta Garden has to charge fees and choose whether to go in or not. Fangta Pedestrian Street is very short, but there are also many national brand resellers in second and third-tier cities. They were also seen and bought in Changsha at that time. This time, there is no impulse consumption in Changshu! In the evening, I went once in the day the next day. There were more people in the day than in the evening.
Changshu is about one hundred kilometers from Shanghai. The square tower should be a landmark in the city. It is said that the square pagoda was built for the purpose of "balance" and the weight of Xingfu Temple, a monk who understands geomantic omen. But at least at that time, there were not so many tall buildings in Changshu, you can really feel "balance". There are many reflections in the garden. It is worth taking pictures and leaving a good memory. There is also a square Pagoda in Songjiang, Shanghai.
Fangta Garden, located at the eastern end of Changshu ancient city, is a new classical garden built on the site of ancient sites in the Song Dynasty. The square pagoda "Chongjiao Xingfu Temple Pagoda" has nine floors on all sides. It is a landmark building in Changshu and a key cultural relic protection unit in China. Fangta and ancient well of Song Dynasty, ancient Ginkgo biloba are called "Three Treasures in Garden".
The Museum of Stele Inscriptions has its own characteristics, mainly in Ming and Qing Dynasties. There are also steles inscribed by Xiao Tui'an, a great modern calligrapher, father and son, Zhao Gumu, a great seal engraver, and astronomical tablets, which are precious.
Changshu landmark represents the deep historical precipitation of Changshu
From the ancient town of Dangkou to Changshu, after dinner, I drove around the city. Found "square tower" outside the brilliant lights. Stop the car and take some pictures. After lunch the next day, visit the square tower again. It should be noted that - "Fangta" also has one in Songjiang. This tower is not the other side tower. The garden is not big, but the scenery is wonderful. The only drawback is that the "photographer's level is not good, the "camera" is actually the ear of the mobile phone. I believe that these two conditions are better than my good friend can take better pictures. I don't want these pictures to be "banmen make axes" or "display". It's just throwing bricks to attract jade.
Fangta Garden is located in the eastern end of Changshu ancient city, close to Fangta Street, the busiest commercial street in the ancient city. It is a new classical garden built on the site of ancient sites in Song Dynasty. The Park was built at the abandoned site of Xingfu Temple, the four famous temples in the south of the Yangtze River. All the buildings follow the Song Dynasty's shape and are named for the square pagoda of the Southern Song Dynasty. While visiting the square pagoda, I noticed that an explanatory stone tablet said that the pagoda was a rare geomantic tower in China. The reason is that the monk's Lake in Yushan, Changshu, has a sense of top-heavy water level. In order to achieve balance, the tower was built. Here is a little Tucao: Although the tower is the landmark of Changshu, it does not cost as much as 25 yuan. Besides, Fang Ta Yuan is much smaller than imagined. The tower also receives 10 yuan, which is not the most pit father. The most pit father is the pagoda climbing to the top and can not go to the terrace. It can only stretch out half a head and go out to take a panoramic view of Changshu. This has never happened before in pagoda climbing. If you climb a pagoda to see the scenery, you should give up this plan.
Good place, not many people, turn around an hour or so.